May 11 Social Zone: Cautious hugs all-round as Burnley secure Premier League survival

Chris Wood’s 50th Clarets goal relegates Fulham, while it is celebration time for Barcelona Femeni and Salernitana.

SOCCER: Chris Wood brought up his 50th goal for Burnley in some style, helping end Fulham's brief top-flight stay and securing his own side's survival in the process.

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SOCCER: Wood, a keen rule follower, showed he was quickly on board with the government's 'cautious hugging' message. Here he is maintaining a safe distance before congratulating goalscorer Ashley Westwood and Matez Vydra on Burnley's opener.

SOCCER: Championship side Derby celebrated their end of season in a car park. Meanwhile…

SOCCER: Another team celebrating are Salernitana, back in Serie A after an absence of more than 20 years. Unfortunately, their promotion means they are now looking for a new owner. Current owner Claudio Lotito already owns Lazio and league rules prohibit someone from owning two clubs in the same division.

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SOCCER: It's Andres Inesta's birthday. The former Barcelona playmaker, now captain of Japanese club Vissel Kobe, is 37 and has just extended his contract until June 2023.

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TENNIS: Camila Giorgi lost an epic battle to Spain's Sorribes Tormo in the Italian Open lasting almost four hours. Her and her father Sergio didn't take it too well.

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RACING: And finally, Medina Spirit trainer Bob Baffert with one straight from the Dominic Cummings book of excuses.

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